The Tracy, Ca. Police Department held a BBQ to show appreciation for the support that they receive from their community this past Wednesday.
Tracy, Ca. Police Officers held a BBQ for members of the Community to show how appreciative that they are for all the support that they have received from the community in the recent past. The BBQ was held on Wednesday, July 27, 2106 at Dr. Powers Park. Officers cooked for, talked and played with attendees from the community during the day. Continue reading “Tracy, Ca. Police Department Shows Appreciation for Community With a BBQ”
NFL Quarterback “Big Ben” Roethlisberger reminds Police Departments to apply for Grants before the August 15th Deadline.
Ben “Big Ben” Roethlisberger, NFL Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback has a charitable foundation that serves two of the best purposes of all. It serves to help Police and Fire Departments throughout the U.S. and as if that is not enough it also works with the Make-A-Wish Foundation! But time is limited for Police and Fire for the 2016 NFL grant year. Continue reading “Ben Roethlisberger “Big Ben” reminds Police to apply for Grants through his foundation ASAP!”
Two of Richmond Virginia’s finest helped a woman who had no place to go during a storm with her sick dog.
July 27, 2016 Officers Christopher Saunders and Edward Costley of the Richmond Police Department responded to the Salvation Army thrift store to assist a woman who was stranded. When they arrived they found Tunya Bingham, 52 and her sick dog a 15-year-old Lhasa poo. The weather was stormy and Bingham had no place to go. Continue reading “Richmond, VA. Police Officers pay for homeless woman and her sick dog to get shelter during storm”
Officers from Rock Island, Il Police Department helped residents in the 100 plus heat cool off on Thursday July 21 by buying freezer pops and opening some fire hydrants for kids to cool off.
High temperatures have been a problem in the area for Rock Island, Il. Residents with the 100 plus degree weather recently. So Officers reached into their own pockets to help out by purchasing freezer pops then opening fire hydrants for citizens. Continue reading “Rock Island, Il. Police Department Officers Arrest the heat for citizens”
Black Lives Matter activist in Kansas told the Wichita Police Department that he was planning a protest, Chief Gordon Ramsay discussed it with BLM leaders and they agreed on a cookout instead.
July 2016 In Wichita, Kansas a local Black Lives Matters activist group wanted to hold a protest after the recent incidents of violence. They spoke with Chief Gordon Ramsay of the Wichita Police Department about holding their event. Continue reading “Wichita, Ks. BLM wanted to Protest, Police negotiated a cookout.”
A Deputy from Grimes County, Tx was acknowledged in a post by a motorist for assisting 2 ladies in stifling heat. But there is so much more to this story
Dirk Burkett shared a photo and wanted to make sure that as many people saw it as social media could make possible and for good reason. Lets make this one go viral! Continue reading “Grimes County, Tx. Sheriff’s Office Amazing Deputy Acknowledged for assisting 2 ladies”
The WBL is Really excited to share this information. Just had a brief exchange with Bobby White and I am so excited to pass this along. Please don’t miss this.
I just saw the Basketball Cop Bobby White’s new web site. Take a minute and check it out. You can find all the latest news on what he is doing with kids, what communities he is working with and who he has been able to donate to. Continue reading “The Basketball Cop’s got a new web site! Did you see it?”
A Vehicle that had swerved off the road and ended up in a swollen creek almost ended in the deaths of two if not for the efforts of a Deputy and firefighter in Durham County
The Efforts of a Durham County Sheriff’s Deputy and Firefighter saved the life of a woman and her 11 year old son when the vehicle they were traveling in veered off the road and ended up in the swollen creek. Continue reading “Durham County Sheriff’s Deputy and Firefighter save woman and 11 year old from sinking vehicle”
A Utica, NY Police Officer saved a child who suffers from an epileptic seizure disorder as a first responder by recognizing the signs and providing help needed with training he received as a paramedic
Utica, New York Officer Christopher Manion was praised for his assessment and continued work on a child who suffered from a seizure that left the child lifeless. Upon his arrival the Officer noted the child’s lifeless signs and began CPR. Continue reading “Utica, NY Officer saves child who suffered from an epileptic seizure disorder”
A Jackson Township officer made such an impression on a young boy that requests were made the department share what the boy had said after the interaction.